It is just a few seconds shorter than the second part, and Crocker, although emotional, remains relatively calm and composed, becoming teary only at the very end.
In the videos, Crocker lashes out at gossip columnists such as Perez Hilton, and at reality TV star Simon Cowell, who criticized Britney Spears' onstage music performance at the 2007 MTV Video Music Awards in Las Vegas.
", in which he tearfully defended pop singer Britney Spears' comeback performance at the MTV Video Music Awards; his video received over four million views in two days.
He released his first EP titled The First Bite digitally on i Tunes March 19, 2011.
" (part 2) was posted to both Myspace and You Tube.
In "Leave Britney Alone pt.1", an emotional Crocker stated that he did not want fellow Southerner, the video had been viewed over 35 million times and has accumulated a total of over 500,000 comments.
Crocker stated that although he is often acting in his videos, his emotions were genuine and "straight from the heart"; although he described the clip as a "second take" in one interview, he clarified on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
that he meant that it was the second part of a longer video, the first part being "Leave Britney Alone pt. Both Crocker and the video were also parodied in the South Park episode "Canada on Strike," with a cartoon Crocker running around in a fight between various Internet memes, telling them to "leave the others alone".
Chris Crocker (born Christopher Darren Cunningham) is an American Internet celebrity, blogger, songwriter, recording artist and former You Tuber and pornographic film actor.